First Look at Google “gPhone” Android System


Just like the good folks promised, the early look software development kit for Google’s soon-to-be huge phone OS has hit the streets… er, internet. From what we can tell, the OS is as comfortable on larger, VGA devices as it is on more traditional smartphone layouts. Oh yeah… and it plays Quake. Here’s what we know the software will support out of the box:
Webkit-based browser
Threaded text messaging
MPEG-4, h.264, MP3, and AAC file formats
Accelerated 3D graphics
Below you can see an alternate fullscreen version of the phone (a hardware reference model, not a device you can expect to buy anytime soon) up and running its browser app. If you really want to get serious, pedal your steam-engine over to the Open Handset Alliance site where you can download the SDK for a variety of platforms. Otherwise, check out the gallery and view some videos after the break to see and hear more info than you can shake a stick at on the new platform.



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One Response to “First Look at Google “gPhone” Android System”

  1. Tech, How to, Review, Computer, Linux, Dog, Make Money Online with AhTim Says:

    Google launched GPhone ?

    Google launched Gphone development ?
    Lots of people in the internet are discussiong about when Google going to release their so call "Gphone" ? Some Gphone fans even started to design the new look for Gphone. Somewhere last week, Google has o…

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